Chumby – store open for everyone

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The open source, linux based squeezable bean-bag like computer, the Chumby – is now for sale to the entire public, $179, hack hack hack away…


  • 3.5″ LCD color touchscreen
  • Two external USB 2.0 full-speed ports
  • 350 MHz ARM processor
  • 64 MB SDRAM
  • 64 MB NAND flash ROM
  • Stereo 2W speakers
  • Headphone output
  • Squeeze sensor
  • Accelerometer (motion sensor)
  • Leather casing
  • AC adapter included
  • Wi-fi connectivity
  • Access to the free Chumby Network
  • Over-the-air software updates

Chumby – store open for everyone – Link.

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Source, schematics and more – Link.
Chumby wiki – Link.

12 thoughts on “Chumby – store open for everyone

  1. If you guys have a Fedex or UPS account. Maybe I could arrange a private sale for ya’. I’m not a chumby employee, just willing to help out.

    you should know what to do with this:




  2. Every country has its own regulations governing the standards that electronic devices must meet to be sold there. For instance, in the U.S. the device has to meet the limits set by the FCC for emissions of RF energy, in Europe most consumer electronics now has to be made with lead-free solder, etc. I don’t know the specifics of why the Chumby isn’t available outside the U.S. yet, but my guess is that it’s because of this sort of thing – that they haven’t yet been able to do everything needed to certify that they comply with these foreign regulations.

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